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What’s the deal with The Supreme Court? – Environment

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What’s the deal with the Supreme Court?

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Everyone knows that the Supreme Court has been working hard to get ready West Virginia v. EPAThis is the which
The challenge to EPA’s authority in regulating greenhouse gases Sackett v. EPAWhat are the challenges?
The authority of the EPA to define water of the
United States. In either case, EPA is not supported by betting money.

I have no inside knowledge of what will happen.
There are no thoughts that I haven’t already expressed.
Others, so I suppose this can be considered a rant but I
It’s worth asking a simple question: What is it?
What is the Court doing here? A group of environmentalists is no less important than the Court.
Radicals are more radical than the Edison Electric Institute filed a briefIn
support for EPA’s authority over GHG regulation. The EEI, however, is not affected.
To ensure that the Clean Air Act continues its role as a catalyst for clean air, he did so.
But, there is a protection against private tort claims based on carbon emissions.

It’s hard to call this Court conservative. Its inability to be conservative is its greatest strength.
It’s the Court with the most radical opinions.
We’ve seen it at least once in a while.

It’s hard to call this Court libertarian. Take a look at it
Cases involving abortion rights.

Fundamentally, the Court is anti-government.
It could even seem like a bunch o’ anarchists. It could be.
This Court should be grouped with the Luddites to be more accurate. They are
It is not anti-technology in and of itself, but it appears that this
Court is really unhappy with modernity. The world is changing.
More and more interconnected, and that is what it takes
Complex problems require government involvement. But this
Court continues to march to beat of its antediluvian

You will have a lot of success. Unfortunately, as this court attempts to tell you, it is not possible.
Bring us back to the halcyon days of before the Constitution was even written
Written, they are dragging all of us along with them.

It was, of course. Chief Justice Marshall said it.That

It is a constitution, which we must never forget

This court has, unfortunately, forgotten.

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